Photographer Erkin Demir mainly works in fashion but he also creates beautiful blended photographs through a creative exploration of double exposures. The Turkey-based artist creates intriguing compositions by merging landscapes and architecture with fragmented bodies and faces to create a complex representation of forms.
By fusing the various details together into one collective image, Demir creates an interesting depth to the otherwise simple portraits. He intertwines the positive and negative spaces so closely that the elements come together as a whole and subtle details continue to reveal themselves as decorative roof peaks forming a person’s shoulder or a row of tree tops running down along the side of a man’s face.
If you like this style of work, you can also check out Aneta Ivanova’s colorful collection of double exposures as well as Francesco Paleari’s unique black and white Profili di Milano (Profiles of Milan).